ZTE V66 spotted hitting FCC

A new 7inch ZTE tablet passed through the FCC that might be providing a 4G LTE service with Verizon
Pallab Jyotee Hazarika,

The FCC has recently revealed an upcoming strategy in the mobile market which will be released by ZTE. Although nothing sure is said about the device but it is hinted to be running on Android 3.0 Honeycomb. The name of the model is believed to be titled as ZTE V66 which might even be the code name for the device.

This model will be a 7inch model with a display which will be capable of providing about 1200 x 800pixels resolution display. The device is expected to run on a 1.2GHz dual core processor. However nothing much is known about the other specifications but we can easily say that it will probably contain all the regular features available like Bluetooth, Wi-Fi etc.

This device might be arriving to the market with Verizon’s networks and might be providing the 4G LTE service. This will also make this device to be the first 7inch LTE Tablet, but Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 is also in the list. The tablet released earlier will acquire the position to be called as the first 7 inch tablet with LTE service.

Like most of the features the price for the device is also a mystery for now but a few believes it to be around $300. If this will be the price range for this 7inch tablet then it will be competing against the Asus MeMo which is a very powerful model. The MeMo might be hitting the streets with a price of about $249.

Let them reveal the tablet officially which might not be very far after knowing about both these devices we will be able to judge ourselves to select the best one among them.  


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Pallab Jyotee Hazarika, 2012-01-28 (Update: 2012-05-26)